On Saturday night, March 15, 2008 in the Great Lakes metropolis of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a young Yamaha factory supercross rider named Josh Hill won the premier class main event before 60,000 Midwest fans, and in doing so, powered to a remarkable fifth overall in that year’s AMA Supercross Series. 11 years later - and a whole lot of main events, National Championship motos and a well-worn path scattered with injuries, broken bones and broken bike parts behind him - one Hill of Portland, Oregon, is ready, steady, go for tonight’s Moto X Step Up competition inside U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. Chilled-out, in good spirits, yet still wearing that fierce competitiveness that made him a world class racer on his nylon jersey sleeve, Hill is going to throw everything he has over that Step Up bar/Quarter Pipe come prime time on ESPN. Down in the concrete catacombs of the U.S. Bank sports venue and thinking stuff through, we ran into the 30 year-old, pushed his gear bag out of the way, pulled up a folding chair and started throwing questions at him. Ever the good sport, Hill got us up to speed on all things X.